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Subject: A poorly-written review
OK film, but too often the dialogue is speech-like. Some of the acting is also a bit iffy.
Production values are quite decent, and are similar to the "programmer"/"second feature" kind of the films that were common during the 1930s/1940s. On a technical level this film is quite acceptable. The quality of this upload is good, but not great.
A drama with a story ranging from the early 1910s to the mid-1940s, it is worth seeing for the later scenes set in the 40s, as they are of historical interest.
Also, I am quite simply amazed that this film still exists.